The Galaxy M20 features a dual-camera module on the rear. It combines a 13MP primary camera (with f/1.9 aperture) with a 5MP secondary shooter with a 120-degree ultra-wide angle lens. While the camera has a very responsive focus and performs really well in bright light conditions, in low light settings, it delivers average results.
You get various setting options like Exposure compensation, ISO control, Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Autofocus, Touch to focus, Face detection, and Continuous Shooting, to name a few. There’s also useful camera modes like Live Focus, HDR imaging, and Beautification modes. The daylight shots look vibrant with good color representation and details.
However, you might notice fish-eye distortion when using the secondary shooter with a wide-angle lens. The wide-angle camera must be reserved only for settings with ample light.
As for the 8MP selfie camera, it delivers decent and well-balanced results in well-lit settings. The camera captures the facial details quite well, and you always have the Beauty mode to enhance specific features like skin tone, color, etc. In low-light conditions, the camera performance suffers.
But considering the price of the Galaxy M20, it must be acknowledged that the camera performance is at par with other models in the same price bracket, and maybe even better than a few (the Zenfone Max Pro M2 and Realme U1, for example).